A delightful cottage which is perfect for larger groups, with local amenities on the doorstep and easy access to some of the national park’s most popular sights.
Set back from the beautiful Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal in the quintessential village of Llangynidr, this charming cottage sleeps eight guests and is an ideal retreat for families and larger groups. Comfortable, homely and featuring excellent dining and relaxing spots, the property is within easy reach of two friendly pubs and a plethora of walking and cycling routes. Enthusiastic golfers will have a choice of courses within 12 miles, and those with a love of fishing will relish the opportunities to catch wild salmon and brown trout in the River Usk.
Step inside and prepare to unwind in style with family feasts and bottles of good wine, gathering your loved ones around the table in the spacious lounge. Relax on the sofas or play board games at leisure – the losing team is in charge of washing up! The stylish kitchen combines traditional slate floors with sleek cabinetry, providing ample space for creating delicious treats from scratch. Two bedrooms are also located on this floor along with a shower room, and a set of spiral stairs lead from the lounge to two further bedrooms on the first floor – a double with exposed beams and a family room with a single and a small double bed. Completing the property is a bathroom with a shower-over-the-bath. Fire up the BBQ outside and dine alfresco, settling down on the decked patio to enjoy your surroundings. Just a short walk and there is a large recreational area which has tennis courts, a child's play area and football goals.
Embark on adventures near and far, following the winding paths leading through the Brecon Beacons National Park and visiting bustling market towns such as Crickhowell 6.5 miles away. History buffs can step back in time with a visit to Tretower Court and Castle 4 miles away, a Grade-I listed ruined monument in a quiet village, whilst culture buffs will appreciate the gastronomic reputation of Abergavenny 12 miles away.